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Is it good To Provide food Those Who do not Want to Work ,are we not creating More Beggars by such Distribution of Foods ?

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Asked by kartikay sharma, 13 Nov '12 09:52 pm
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U r right but on condition
Answered by rakesh, 14 Nov '12 08:46 pm

 
  
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Good point, give food to only disable person who can\'t work.
Answered by Saachi, 13 Nov '12 10:06 pm

 
  
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Disabled, challenged ppl. and senior citizens who hv no one to take care need support from the society, it is not helping them but helping ourself to hv healthy society.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 13 Nov '12 09:58 pm

 
  
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Very valid observation Kartikayji. Many a time you find able bodied men on the traffic junctions holding some diety\'s photograph and seeking alms, that you are left wondering why they don\'t go to work and earn for themselves when you keep on reading about labour shortages at many of the infrastructure or construction business places. I think, food should be provided to those who don\'t have any means of a livelihood - the old and the discarded of society who have nowhere to go, the poor children who are abandoned or whose parents can\'t give them two meals a day and the many other destitute of society who have no where to go.

There are many who do awesome work in this field. I think I had once mentioned about one such person in FB. Otherwise, read this article about a once FIve Star Chef, who quit his job and turned to feeding the hungry.

http://edition.cnn.com/2010/LIVING/04/01/cnnheroes.kri shnan.hunger/index.html
Answered by Omega, 13 Nov '12 10:15 pm

 
  
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